Former Orlando Pirates Coach has been hired for a new position in Europe. Josef Zinnbauer, a former head coach for the Orlando Pirates, has been given the opportunity to lead a team again after being hired by Lokomotiv Moscow, a team competing in the Russian Premier League.
Joseph Zinnbauer, formerly of the Orlando Pirates, has been hired as the next manager of Lokomotive Moscow. The 52-year-old former Orlando Pirates player, who was born in Germany, departed from the team prior to the start of the previous season. He led Orlando Pirates to an MTN 8 title when they defeated Bloemfontein Celtic in the final.
Former Orlando Pirates head coach Joseph Zinnbauer has been named the new boss of Lokomotive Moscow, the three-time champions of Russia. The 52-year-old, who was born in Germany, left the Orlando Pirates before the start of the previous campaign. With Orlando Pirates, he won the MTN 8 after defeating Bloemfontein Celtic in the championship match.
The former Bafana Bafana international MacBeth Sibaya was one of the most decorated players, a workaholic and hard working footballer who played most his football in Russia for Rubin Kazan. He played for the Russian club for 7 seasons in the Russian Premier League. The team he played for was a giant killer overcoming teams such as CSKA Moscow and Zenit St. Petersburg. He won trophies such as the Russian Premier League twice in 2008 and 2009, Russian Super Cup in 2010.images cred : Twitter KZN Football Academy
Foreign football players and coaches who are in Russian clubs and Ukraine's Premier League clubs are allowed to leave, this is after FIFA released a statement temporarily allowing them to leave. The Polish Football Association asked FIFA to open the transfer window for foreign football players playing in Russia and Ukraine, so they can move away from the conflict between the two Nations.
Spartak Moscow, a Russian Premier League side, has decided to sign Chelsea's Victor Moses on a permanent basis.Since struggling to win over former Blues manager Frank Lampard, the former Nigeria international joined the Russian outfit on loan last summer.His brief stay in Russia was fruitful, as he scored four goals and added multiple assists in 19 appearances for Spartak Moscow, who finished second to champions Zenit St Petersburg.